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Alina Pogostkina (Violin)|Peteris Vasks: Vox Amoris - Works for Violin and String Orchestra

Peteris Vasks: Vox Amoris - Works for Violin and String Orchestra

Alina Pogostkina (Violin), Sinfonietta Riga & Juha Kangas (Conductor)

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Peteris Vasks: Vox Amoris - Works for Violin and String Orchestra

Alina Pogostkina (Violin)

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Vox Amoris: Fantasia Per Violino Ed Archi
00:23:47

Peteris VASKS, Composer - N/A, Composer - Sinfonietta Riga, MainArtist - Alina Pogostkina (Violin), MainArtist - Juha Kangas (Conductor), MainArtist

(C) 2012 wergo (P) 2012 wergo

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Tala Gaisma: Concerto For Violin And String Orchestra
00:32:03

Peteris VASKS, Composer - N/A, Composer - Sinfonietta Riga, MainArtist - Alina Pogostkina (Violin), MainArtist - Juha Kangas (Conductor), MainArtist

(C) 2012 wergo (P) 2012 wergo

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Vientulais Engelis: Meditation For Violin And String Orchestra
00:12:50

Peteris VASKS, Composer - N/A, Composer - Sinfonietta Riga, MainArtist - Alina Pogostkina (Violin), MainArtist - Juha Kangas (Conductor), MainArtist

(C) 2012 wergo (P) 2012 wergo

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